Author: Victoria Douglas
Active lifestyle coach, choreographer and lifestyle blogger
On Saturday I was lucky enough to attend a barista course at Nottingham’s 200 Degrees, Flying Horse Walk.
I’ve been enjoying coffee for many years and with that my palate has been evolving. I started drinking coffee in 2010 ordering Vanilla Latte’s. Speed up to 2018 I now regularly have Long Blacks. Although I love the taste of good coffee I wouldn’t claim to understand much. Other than a few basic names and the appreciation for how tricky coffee art can be.
This experience was an absolute eye opener...eye opener...
Author: Matt Douglas Read time: 3 minutes Whilst in a store recently I overheard a customer asking what a “microlot” is, labelled on the front of (one) of our current guest coffees the Guatemala El Bosque Microlot Sarchimor .
Read time: 3 minutes Author: Matt Douglas Walking a short 2-minute walk from our 200 Degrees Coffee Shop in Birmingham I arrived at Savills new offices, housed in 55 Colmore Row, a grade II listed Victorian façade hiding an
He’s the ubiquitous face of 200 Degrees appearing on posters, adverts and leading the teaching in our barista schools, but who is Graham?